Our expert says:
This sounds like a case of sexual harassment in the work place. I would suggest you determine the process for lodging a sexual harassment complaint at your place of work. This is not appropriate behaviour for a superior to a sub-ordinate employee.
You have the right to both initiate sexual harassment proceedings at work and to lay a case of sexual assault with the SAP.
Your and your superior's sexual orientation is not relevant to this situation, it is about the misuse of power.
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